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Leiden Journal of International Law – Volume 32 – Issue 4 – December 2019

Leiden Journal of International Law

Volume 32 – Issue 4 – December 2019

ISSN: 0922-1565 (Print), 1478-9698 (Online)

Firmly established as one of the leading journals in the field, the Leiden Journal of International Law (LJIL) provides a venue for sharp and critical voices that speak on the theory and practice of international law. It aspires to introduce or amplify refreshing and innovative approaches to perennial as well as topical issues in the field. The Journal’s focus rests on international legal theory, international law and practice, international criminal law, as well as international courts and tribunals.

CONTENIDO

Editorial
On the impact of online commentary in international criminal law: A vain pursuit of a Socratic ideal?
Dov Jacobs, Joseph Powderly

INTERNATIONAL LEGAL THEORY
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
On being companions and strangers: Lawyers and the production of international climate law
Sarah Mason-Case

INTERNATIONAL LAW AND PRACTICE
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
General international law in the relations between international organizations and their members
Fernando Lusa Bordin

Rebalancing state and Indigenous sovereignties in international law: An Arctic lens on trajectories for global governance
Sabaa Ahmad Khan

Historic fishing rights in the law of the sea and Brexit
Sophia Kopela

Between life, security and rights: Framing the interdiction of ‘boat migrants’ in the Central Mediterranean and Australia
Violeta Moreno-Lax, Daniel Ghezelbash, Natalie Klein

‘Targeted killing’ and the lack of acquiescence
Elisabeth Schweiger

Critical perspectives on environmental protection in non-international armed conflict: Developing the principles of distinction, proportionality and necessity
Tara Smith

Transparency and participatory aspects of investor-state dispute settlement in the EU ‘new wave’ trade agreements
Joanna Lam, Güneş Ünüvar

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURTS AND TRIBUNALS: INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR RWANDA
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
New histories and new laws: Crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
Amanda Alexander

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURTS AND TRIBUNALS
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Thousands on the stand: Exploring trends and patterns of international witnesses
Gabriele Chlevickaite, Barbora Hola, Catrien Bijleveld
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 02 September 2019, pp. 819-836

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURTS AND TRIBUNALS: INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
The other side of the Article 21(3) coin: Human rights in the Rome Statute and the limits of Article 21(3)
Emma Irving

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURTS AND TRIBUNALS
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
The expressive turn of international criminal justice: A field in search of meaning
Barrie Sander

BIBLIOGRAPHY

BOOK REVIEW
John Linarelli, Margot E. Salomon and Muthucumaraswamy Sornarajah, The Misery of International Law: Confrontations with Injustice in the Global Economy, (2018), Oxford University Press, 304 pp, ISBN 9780198753957
Mohsen al Attar

Russell Buchan, Cyber Espionage and International Law, Hart Publishing, 2018, 248pp, ISBN 9781782257363, £75.60
Duncan French

X. Yi-chong and P. Weller, The Working World of International Organizations: Authority, Capacity, Legitimacy, Oxford University Press, 2018, 258pp, ISBN 978-0-19-871949-6
James E. Ransdell
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 28 August 2019, pp. 887-890

Jamie Trinidad, Self-Determination in Disputed Colonial Territories, Cambridge University Press, 2018, 292 pp., ISBN 9781108418188 (hb), £85.00
Raphael Oidtmann

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